Posted by Kevin on December 27, 2016.
I came across this headline today:
200 Million Data Enrichment Records For Sale on Darknet
The second paragraph reads:
The person offering the files claims the data is from Experian, and is looking to get $600 for everything. However, sources at Experian said that they were made aware of this data breach last week, and investigations determined that it wasn’t their data.
It looked interesting. I hadn’t – and still haven’t – seen any corroborating stories. One thing I did was set up a TweetDeck column to monitor #experian, just in case the modern ticker-tape chatterbox was showing anything.
This is what I got:
I’m still trying to work out the relationship between people looking for credit scores and live webcam shows. Maybe I just need to get out more.Share This: Submitted in: Expert Views, Kevin Townsend's opinions |